Her Cruel Owner Forced Her To Fight Until Near Death. But Watch Her Face When She Feels Love Again.
Trinity was a scared little pup. She had been bruised, cut, and ripped apart. Many years of abuse, neglect and a lifetime of being forced into the cruel sport of dog-fighting left her body covered is scars, and her spirit crushed.
That's where the Best Friends Animal Society stepped in. They are a "national animal welfare organization focused exclusively on ending the killing of dogs and cats in America's shelters."
Thanks to them, Trinity got a second chance at life. With the help of her unwavering spirit to fight for a good life, the team and BFAS and Trinity began their journey together.
Building trust is hard. Especially after your only contact with humans for your whole life has been at the hands of mean, brutal people. But this canine did a near impossible thing. Not only did she learn to trust humans, she found a place in her big, squishy heart for them. She may have been born to fight, but now she's fighting for love.
Since its inception in 1984, Best Friends Animal Society has done some amazing work in America. They've helped to reduce the number of animals killed in American shelters from a staggering 17 million year to about 4 million.
In a shocking yet touching video, you can witness Trinitys incredible transformation of healing, both physically and mentally. Its amazing to see what good people can do. With lots of patience, love, and care, a dogs life can turn around.
Warning: Trinity was in pretty bad shape, and some of these photos might be disturbing. However, she comes up on top in the end!
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